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7.  Why do IP addresses lack when the protocol theoretically allows up to 232 addresses?

The present IP protocol allows having more than 4 thousand millions addresses. The problem about the lack of addresses begins because in 80's decade, not thinking about the future peak of the use of Interne, a great quantity of no necessary addresses were allocated without any kind of control, so many organizations have more addresses that they really need, causing the present lack of addresses since, moreover, not all IP addresses can be used due to the fragmentation.

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